Doug Cunnington: Finding Success Online Building Niche Websites [Podcast Ep. #5]

December 2, 2017

by Ravi Raman

A conversation with Doug Cunnington. Doug decided to respond to a layoff from a well-paying job as an IT Project Manager by creating his luck and building an online business. To boot, he relocated to Bozeman, Montana to live a lifestyle more in tune with what he and his wife enjoy. Doug’s company is all about building niche affiliate sites that make money through referrals paid by Amazon.com. It’s a business I didn’t know much about before speaking with him. Now, after having built many successful niche sites for himself, he helps others do the same. If you have dreamed of leaving a corporate job and redesigning your lifestyle, you will definitely want to listen to this episode.

Connect with Doug Cunnington here:
Niche Site Project
Doug’s Youtube Channel

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